Young breeders attend 2017 Louisiana Junior Angus Association Banquet

Andrew Green agreen@postsouth.com
The young men and women to serve on the 2017 Louisiana Junior Angus Association board of directors are from left: seated: Austin Purpera, Plaquemine, shadow historian; Clayton Daniel, Saint Francisville, historian; John Benoit III, Brusly, treasurer; Kara LeBeouf, Deridder, second vice president; Gracie Romero, Plaquemine, vice president; and Olivia Shepherd, Lake Charles, president. Directors standing from left are Baylie Romero, Plaquemine; Lani LeBeouf, Deridder; Luke Gisclair, Longville; Andrew Graves, Abita Springs; Jacy Jones, Glenmora; Faith Guice, Downsville; and Miranda Graves, Abita Springs.

Louisiana Angus breeders recently attended the 2017 Louisiana Junior Angus Association Annual Banquet, held Thursday, February 16, 2017 in Gonzales, Louisiana.

Those elected to serve on the Louisiana Junior Angus Association board of directors for 2017 were presented at the banquet.  Officers from Iberville Parish include: Austin Purpera of Plaquemine as shadow historian, Gracie Romero of Plaquemine as vice president, and Baylie Romero of Plaquemine.

Baylie Romero was also crowned a 2017 Louisiana Angus princess at the banquet.  Shown are courtesy photos from the event.